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ran coe cucamonga. >> jimmy: here have some humorous moments from behind the scenes at the handsome men's club. >> and maybe i have the breasts of a 14 gerald -- ♪ the is up m breasts of a 14-year-old girl ♪ >> jimmy: gabourey sidibe. fun being at the oscars? i did get to photo bomb jake gyllenhaal. >> jimmy: tell everyone what that is. >> it's when somebody else is taking your picture and you're in the background doing stupidness. i walked by, i go "photo bomb!" and i kept walking. >> my character ben linus gets beat up a lot on the show. apparently everybody is jealous -- of my situation. >> jimmy: gary allan. ♪ just as fast as i can
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's very nice. i'm jimmy. cleto, thank you. thank you for watching. [ cheers and applause ] i feel like, i have to say, i feel like everyone is staring at me. do i have something on my face? well, you know, an historic day in washington, d.c. today. the first ever legal same sex marriages took place in washington. and why not? for years, the washington monument has been the gayest monument in the world, so i say it's about time. of course many conservative members of the senate and the house are outraged.
they believe it's immoral for men to engage in sexual intercourse unless one of those men is a congressman and the other is his intern, but for others it was a day of much celebration. >> the first same sex marriages in the nation's capital are taking place right now. live pictures, as you can see here, those ceremonies. we're counting about 150 couples that are eligible to get married today. >> jimmy: he's supposed to carry him over the threshold. that's nice. [ applause ] now they can legally do to each other what they did to the country. great episode of "lost" tonight here on abc. do you watch "lost?" [ applause ] tonight all the women on the island sang. oh, wait, that's the wrong show. that's "american idol." on "lost" they focused on ben linus and his alternative timeline life as a high school history teacher. it far more complicated than i can possibly explain. only 11 hours left of lost. i still have no idea what's
going on, but i do love it. and to shed some light on the many mysteries, ben linus himself, michael emerson, with tonight's "secrets of lost." >> my character ben linus gets beat up a lot on the show. apparently everybody is jealous of my situation. yeah, my situation. [ applause ] >> jimmy: oh, i get it. the island is new jersey. tonight on "american idol," they're down to 16 singers, three good ones. by the way, think about it, simon cowell is like the smoke monster of "american idol." he kills off everyone that isn't a candidate on the show. and it is not a strong group of singers this year. even the judges, who picked these people, keep saying that.
they've repeatedly complained that they sound like they're doing karaoke, and if there's one thing that "american idol" is not, it's karaoke. this is "american idol." ♪ there's a voice inside my head saying ♪ ♪ you'll never reach it ♪ every step i'm taking >> jimmy: and this is karaoke. ♪ there's a voice inside my head saying ♪ ♪ you'll never reach it ♪ every step i'm taking ♪ >> jimmy: see, that's -- they're totally different, and karaoke, you get to read the words on a screen. they don't have that there. now, this is a great performance. this is an actor named columbus short. he was in the movie "stomp the yard," one of my favorites. he was hosting a step dancing contest at fresno state university over the weekend and ironically, missed a step. and he's gone.
now that's an entertainer. right to the good stuff. [ applause ] it's been a rough year for toyota so far this year. toyota's launching a big pr campaign to try to reassure customers that their cars are okay to drive. that's an important quality in a car, that it be okay to drive. and toyota says its standing behind its automobiles because -- well, because it's the only safe place to stand. they don't stop. just this morning in san diego, san diego prius accelerated out of control, it got up to 94 miles an hour. the guy called 911 and the car just drove like that for 20 minutes. police had to bump the car to get it to stop. it's -- who knew a prius could go 94 miles an hour? [ laughter ] incredible. and needless to say, all this bad publicity put a big dent in toyota's sales. they are offering deep discounts
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she really should be suing herself for sullying her good name. if anything, milk should be suing for being tied to lindsay lohan. even though the baby was only referred to lindsay, her lawyer said it clearly referenced her because lindsay lohan, she says, has the same single name recognition as oprah or madonna. really? you know, there's a lindsey vonn. maybe you saw her during the olympics. there's no oprah vonn. there's no madonna buckingham. there's -- [ laughter ] this morning, headline news had a very scary story about unlicensed plastic surgeons. you should not go to an unlicensed plastic surgeon. even regular plastic surgeons are crazy. let's be honest. but this -- there's one -- i guess they are doing operations on women using a common building material. this is a story that provided us with our unintentional joke of the day. >> six women are in the hospital after reportedly having caulk
injected into their rear ends. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, that's one way to -- [ applause ] on "good morning america" today, michael jackson's former bodyguards were guests on the show. i guess they're not guarding his body anymore and they are doing television. they claim that their former boss michael jackson was a man's man who liked ordering fast food and making out with girls in the backseat of the limo. sounds like him, right? he's a regular fonzi that one. they say michael was a regular guy who liked to cruise the vegas strip -- and, well, here they were this morning talking to ashleigh banfield. >> reporter: michael trusted them with his life, his kids and with his secrets. >> we became more than just security. >> we were personal assistants. >> yeah, and sometimes his
monkey pooper scooper. i scoop a lot of monkey poop. they didn't do nothing. >> reporter: was he a good dad? >> yeah. he dangle his baby over a balcony, but i guess so. i told him it was weird. >> reporter: he didn't think it was weird? >> no. let me tell you. he was crazy. >> reporter: was he a pedophile? >> no, no. >> i don't believe so. not at all. >> pedophile. no. he was -- right guys? [ applause ] >> jimmy: guillermo, i had no idea you worked for michael jackson. i had no idea. oh, i'm sorry. guillermo wants to make an announcement to his wife. go ahead. turn to the camera and say whatever you like, guillermo. >> honey, i am the boss in the house, no matter what you say. [ applause ] >> jimmy: all right.
that's telling her. by the way, i know exactly what's going to happen. he's going to tiptoe in tonight, delete the show off the tivo and then claim there was an electrical problem, true? >> i forgot to pay the bill. >> jimmy: yeah. two of the oldest people in the world died yesterday. marine josephine ray, the oldest person living in the united states, died at age 114 in new hampshire. and then later in the day, daisy bailey, the second oldest, 113, died in detroit. which means somebody is killing the oldest people in the world. [ laughter ] and only batman can stop them. this sunday, after the oscars show we had our fifth annual after the academy awards special. robert downey jr. was here, christoph waltz was here. he won an oscar, he shot a comedy bit for us. abc decided to show it again this saturday night at 10:00. in case you missed it.
the highlight of the show was something called the handsome men's club. this is a group of handsome men i put together. people seemed to like it. it got a lot of hits on youtube and hulu and abc.com. if you haven't seen it, look it up or stay up on saturday night and watch it. we had a lot of fun making it. i thought it would be fun to show you some of the outtakes, or bloopers, for lack of a better word. by popular demand, here are some humorous moments from behind the scenes at the handsome men's club. enjoy. okay. the meeting of the handsome men's club -- [ bleep ]. matthew mcconaughey was there and he was really, really mean to me and then you said i wasn't handsome. >> come on now. you know i think you're handsome. >> oh, my god. oh, god. i mean -- it's like my worst nightmare. i'm sorry, it's just -- >> really?
because i'm enjoying this. i have to be honest. >> hello? seriously, whenever i say hello, the dogs go crazy. watch this. happens every time. >> okay. now this is getting weird. >> what are you doing here? >> hello? >> he's wearing spanx. >> [ bleep ] you. [ laughter ] i can't do it anymore than that. >> jimmy: and maybe i have the breasts of a 14-year-old girl. ♪ the supple breasts of a 14-year-old girl ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: can you guys see my erection or is it --
[ laughter ] [ applause ] well, thanks to the people who did their part. we got to get ted danson's dogs on the show. oh, one more thing. you know -- a couple weeks ago we aired some internet video of chuck liddell and his girlfriend heidi working out naked. it was all over the internet. then a week later, there was another clip, this time of si e cincinnati bengals wide receiver chad ochocinco running nude through a park. now, there's a third video. this time of actor dax shepard playing naked miniature golf. i guess this is -- i guess this is the hot new trend in exercise now that pilates has kind of cooled down. the idea is to not get your ball anywhere near the windmill, i think. this is how tiger woods got started, by the way. it's very -- so -- well, there you go.
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>> jim >> jimmy: hi there. thank you for watching. with us tonight, from "cougar town," josh hopkins will be here. also tonight, a multiplatinum selling country artist. his new album -- oops. this is a confusing new album to hold. it's called "get off on the pain." it came out today. gary allan from the bud light golden wheat stage.
tomorrow night on the show, academy award winner christoph waltz will be here. tom papa will be here, and manchester orchestra with music so, please join us then. not too long ago, our first guest tonight was a college student in new york with no oscar nominations at all. this weekend, she walked the red carpet with the greatest actors in the world. her movie "precious" is out on dvd as of today. please say hello to gabourey sidibe. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: great to meet you. thanks for coming. >> thanks for having me. >> jimmy: you know -- >> they been drinking tonight, or what? >> jimmy: they're excited. [ cheers and applause ] well, you know, you have to understand -- >> it's like i'm usher.
>> jimmy: you know, you're an oscar nominee and it's rare that oscar nominees will appear in front of people, so they're excited, of course. >> hello, everyone. >> jimmy: congratulations on that. do your friends call you gabourey? >> nobody calls me gabourey. they call me gabby. >> jimmy: gabby. all right, good. well, if we become friendly, you let me know -- >> you can do it right now. let's be friends, jimmy. >> jimmy: let's gab it up, gabby. was it fun being at the oscars? >> it was. i felt like a child there. i was -- >> jimmy: you are a child, kind of, though, i mean -- >> i'm a grown child. and it was the most fun ever. >> jimmy: who were you most excited to meet? >> i met gerard butler. >> jimmy: he's dreamy. >> he is. so dreamy. and then i kind of -- i did not meet him, i did get to photo bomb jake gyllenhaal. >> jimmy: oh, this is the picture i have. now, tell everyone what photo bombing is. >> so, photo bombing is when
somebody else is taking a picture and you're in the background doing stupidness, like -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> so -- and so, like, i have to walk, like, past him and i'm going to interrupt the shot anyway so i figure i might as well photo bomb him. i walk by, i go, "photo bomb!" and i keep walking. [ applause ] and it -- and it got picked up. that's awesome. i still have not met him. we're not friends. i bet he's mad. >> jimmy: i'm sure he's furious. in fact, if you look at it, you can see -- he knew this was going to be the picture that finally put him over the top. i'm sure he would have no problem with that. but you're not supposed to photo bomb at the oscars. it's against the rules. >> they should have told me that in the beginning. >> jimmy: you took your mom? >> yeah, i did. and a flask. >> jimmy: and a flask. >> i didn't. [ applause ] no, no, i didn't. i did take my mom which was fun.
it was really -- >> jimmy: was it really? because i can't imagine taking my mom to something like that. >> no, it was really awesome. but there were parties afterwards and i had to get rid of her before the funnest party. like, i don't want to be at a party with my mom. i think it's creepy. i have friends that go to the club with their mom. how creepy is that? >> jimmy: not good. how did you throw her off the track? >> she got a little tired, as old people do -- she's not that old. she's like 58 or something. and she decided to go home on her own and i did not dissuade her. >> jimmy: good. so then you're out cruising around, what parties did you go to? >> madonna and demi moore had a great party. it was the weirdest party -- it wasn't weird, but -- nothing sketchy happened, but i was dancing a lot. it was awesome. i had a dance-off with one of madonna's dancers. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. and you can tell, he thought he was going to, like, shock me or whatever.
and he's like, he unbuttons his thirty, and i was like -- [ applause ] he thought he was going to serve me. he did not. >> jimmy: you would not be served. >> oh, no, not with these moves. i pop and i lock. [ applause ] >> jimmy: it sounds like you had a lot of fun. it sounds like you are enjoying this. i think a lot of people just get freaked out by this whole experience. >> it's freaky, yeah. it's a little weird. and it's so strange to come from obscurity. that's where i live. [ laughter ] and to be in this world where everyone around you is like famous. it's just like that miley cyrus song, and so it's crazy. >> jimmy: life really is just like a miley cyrus song. >> it's a party in the usa. >> jimmy: it really is. so, okay, so, now -- are you still in college, technically? >> no. technically i am a two-time college dropout. i feel really bad about it. >> jimmy: you do, why?
>> everyone is so disappointed in me. >> jimmy: you don't need to go to college. you don't need to. i dropped out of college twice. >> did you? oh, hit it. you and me. i don't feel so alone. >> jimmy: some people it's very important, but i don't know. it's like this weird thing. people feel like they have to. guillermo got his masters, he got everything, you know, he felt like for him it was important -- but for a lot of people, you know, you've done quite well, i mean, it seems like you don't need to go. >> well, i wanted to go. i wanted to be a therapist. i was -- >> jimmy: you're not going to be a therapist. >> not anymore. unless this whole thing doesn't work out. >> jimmy: even though it would just be too weird to have precious as your therapist -- it would -- you can't -- you're going to have to choose something else. therapy is not in the future. >> i guess not. >> jimmy: you might as well -- >> don't tell me about your mother. >> jimmy: oh, yes, i do. you're going to be on a show on
showtime, is that correct? >> yeah, called "the big c." >> jimmy: what's that about? >> it's about cancer. making cancer funny. >> jimmy: you have all the fun diseases, don't you? you've gone from hiv to cancer. what comes after that? you get hit by a bus? yeah, no, that's some heavy stuff. now, speaking of -- the oscars -- did you speak at all to sandra bullock? >> i did. >> jimmy: were you angry at her for winning? >> am i angry with her? no, not at all. i'm cool. i'm cool. >> jimmy: did you see the movie? >> i did not. >> jimmy: you didn't? >> no. i'm busy! [ applause ] >> jimmy: did you speak to her? >> yeah, she's really sweet. we had to open the show, all the nominated actors and actresses had to open the show, so we talked about her dress. i threatened to shank her because i suspected that her dress was prettier than mine on purpose and i threatened to shank her. >> jimmy: you did? but you did not make good on
that threat and now you won't be taken seriously when you threaten to murder any other nominees in the future. >> that's my mistake. >> jimmy: you are going to have to kill her. >> going to her house tonight. >> jimmy: you know, that can be arranged, it absolutely can happen. so, you didn't see her. did you see any of your other, like, co-nominees and their movies? >> i saw "an education." and i saw -- my co-nominees? no. my brother and i were fighting over a copy of "julie and jewel julie -- >> jimmy: "julie and julia." >> the screeners sent a screener to my mother's house and i went to pick it up, and my brother is, like, i haven't seen it yet. i was like, yeah, i need it. he's like, what, i can't just watch "julie and julia?" i'm like, really? you got it, homie. i didn't want to fight. >> jimmy: probably a good
decision. do you have your own place or -- you don't live with your mom and brother, right? >> no. i live with my roommates -- i have roommates now. >> jimmy: you do? how long are you going to have roommates? >> depends on my next check. i think -- i think i'll throw a stack of money at them and tell them to get lost. >> jimmy: is that right? so, they're hoping that things don't go well for you so they're not homeless. wow. this is something else. that is -- that is something else. well, you seem very, very nice. i'm very happy for you. you did a great job in the movie. >> thank you. >> jimmy: it'srealfic. if you haven't seen it,ut "p."u haven't seen it,ut we'll be right back with josh
>> jimmy: hi there. we are back. still to come, gary allan will be here. our next guest grew up in the commonwealth of kentucky, home to fine bourbon, fried chicken and a never-ending supply of judds. now he stars with courteney cox on the show "cougar town." watch it every wednesday night at 9:30 here on abc. please welcome josh hopkins. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: you're doing -- congratulations, because the show got picked up. and you've been on a whole bunch of shows. >> man, i have. >> jimmy: how many before this one? >> 704. >> jimmy: really? >> i really don't know how many. a lot. >> jimmy: how does it work -- >> first show to get picked up for a second season. >> jimmy: the other shows have been on for part of the first season or, what, pilots and that sort of thing -- >> pilots, part of a first season, 13, just never picked up for a second season, so i'm -- i don't know what to do with myself. >> jimmy: so -- unlike gabourey sidibe, you did not get nominated for an oscar in your first ever movie. [ laughter ] >> how unbelievable was she? >> jimmy: she was great. [ applause ] >> she was unbelievable. >> jimmy: she's delightful.
she really is. >> the most likable person i've seen in my life. >> jimmy: that's what happens when people like you. you get an oscar nomination right off the bat. that's what you have to work on. >> i'm going to work on that. >> jimmy: i heard you're a little league coach. how old are the kids -- >> it's basketball. it's basketball. ymca, 8 and 9-year-olds. >> jimmy: 8 and 9-year-olds at the ymca. how long have you been doing that? >> probably five, six years. boys and girls. >> jimmy: do you have a kid -- >> i don't. i don't. i've been doing it with a couple buddies. brett barrett and josh scott. there you go, fellas. >> jimmy: that's a nice thing to do, coach the kids at the y. >> yeah, it's been a lot of fun. it is weird. people are like, why don't you have a kid here? you know? kids, watch those coaches. but it's been so much fun, every year it's been so much fun. that's why we do it all the time. >> jimmy: is the team good? >> this team is pretty good.
we are -- we started out poorly but we've come around. but it's weird to coach kids, like, when we were wrong, i played all the time. that's what we did. you can tell a lot of the parents force their kids to come. but we have a lot of kids that are not in great shape for 8 and 9-year-olds. >> jimmy: oh, right, yeah. >> a couple 9-year-olds were going to have the first ever 9-year-old heart attack. >> jimmy: oh, no. really? yeah, you know what, it's true. i remember, like, growing up, there were -- you know, in your class, maybe there would be two fat kids in the class and now there are like, two thin kinds in the class. >> yes. our good players. two good players, they're thin. >> jimmy: yeah, they are. that's something else. it's really a relatively recent thing. and then, so, how do you motivate these kids that are -- it's -- the video games, they love playing that, eating fast food, stuff like that. how do you motivate them to exercise? >> it's interesting. it's like, come on, this is
the championship game, this is, come right down to it and they'll all be like, yeah, yeah. if we win, we're all going to have pizza. oh! come on, fellas! they get into it then. pizza? we're going to win! >> jimmy: you are actually making them fatter through the -- >> thank you. >> jimmy: and what is your coaching style? are you a tough coach or -- you fth ts. >> i mean, these kids aren' they don't respond to tough, no matter the toughest thing i dto is, it's a -- the ymca is two floors and, honest to god, it takes you seven seconds to run down the stairs, and all of them wait for the elevator, which takes about five minutes. and i don't let anyone on our team use the elevator. that's tough coaching. >> jimmy: that is. you're a real hard ass. it's fun to push the buttons, though. >> yeah, yeah. [ applause ] >> jimmy: so -- do you have -- who is the funniest kid on the team? do you have one kid that's a
character? , gracter? i mean, like, we have one kid ricardo, who is -- he's probably the least motivated. he's like, literally, we say, on defense, you have to raise your hands. you just have to -- ricardo, raise your hands. an he rests one arm on his head, like -- and we've got a kid, and his name is ivan, and he's a big russian kid, and he's the tallest kid. he sounds like he's the villain from a stallone movie. and last game he fouled out and he was really upset. i said, it's all right, ivan. it's okay, buddy. and he goes, coach, i am sorry. i underestimate my opponent. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: wow. [ applause ] yeah, wow, that's something else. >> that tends to happen. sometimes i've underestimated my opponent. >> jimmy: i guess so. well, "cougar town" is a big hit. you work with courteney cox. and sheryl crow is joining the cast, i hear. >> three episodes as my love interest.
>> jimmy: that's all right. that had to be a pleasant surprise. >> not bad at all. >> jimmy: have you shot those episodes yet? >> i have. we have. it was all at once wonderful and disappointing at the same time because she's this great singer, she hasn't done a lot of acting, but she's done some. she came on and she was perfect. wonderful, hilarious, right up to speed. immediately. i felt bad about what i did. i'm like -- i'm not needed. i have no special skill. >> jimmy: you don't, huh? i heard you sing with her on the show, though. >> i do. i do. we do. my character plays guitar and sings funny songs on the show so we end up doing a duet. that would make sense. if sheryl crow comes on, we do a duet. and it was all at once the most wonderful day and most terrifying awful day of my life. >> jimmy: really? why? >> because she's sheryl crow. and so that's great. if you told me a year ago i was going to do a duet with sheryl crow, i would have thought i had
some sort of terminal illness and this was a final wish, like, how would that ever come to be? >> jimmy: yeah. >> and she's just, you know, a ninja at that. they're like, play this song with sheryl crow. uh -- okay? and she can do it. but i can't. >> jimmy: she's good at it. >> it was a great day. >> jimmy: but it probably all worked outs right? >> we will see. >> jimmy: we will see. it's a real cliff hanger, yeah, all right. great to meet you. seem like a really nice guy. >> thank you. >> jimmy: congratulations. "cougar town" is the show. watch it on wednesdays at 9:30 here on abc. josh hopkins, everybody. we'll be right back with gary allan. ♪ [ male announcer ] you can get a lot of water where you least expect it. like in here. this detergent has this much cleaning ingredients. the rest is water. but with tide, you get more cleaning ingredients --
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>> jimmy: this is his new cd, it came out today. it's still hot. it's called "get off on the pain." here with the title track, gary allan. ♪ ♪ i don't know why i love women that love to do me wrong ♪ ♪ i don't know why my life sounds like a heart-broke country song ♪ ♪ i ain't really happy until the sky starts driving rain ♪ ♪ maybe i just get off on the pain ♪ ♪ my whole life i've been picking fights that there ain't no way to win ♪ ♪ i got 100 scars
and should've runaways now tattooed on my skin ♪ ♪ there's a side of me that just won't stop dancin' in the flame ♪ ♪ maybe i just get off on the pain ♪ ♪ because i love the long shots and the left out lost causes ♪ ♪ hanging out in the back of the pack with the dark horses i ride the wrong road ♪ ♪ just as fast as i can god knows there's no one else to blame ♪ ♪ sometimes i think i get off on the pain ♪ ♪ i wake up every morning a thousand miles from home praying for forgiveness
for this aching in my bones ♪ ♪ it would be so easy to find a better way oh, but i know i'll never change ♪ ♪ because i love the long shots and the left out lost causes ♪ ♪ hanging out in the back of the pack with the dark horses ♪ ♪ i ride the wrong road just as fast as i can god knows there's no one else to blame ♪ ♪ sometimes i think i get off on the pain ♪ ♪
out of time. actually, we didn't, he was on. tomorrow night, christoph waltz, tom papa and manchester orchestra. "get off on the pain" is out now. playing us off the air with "watching airplanes," see the full performance at jimmykimmellive.net. once again, gary allan! good night. ♪ ♪ sitting out here on the hood of this truck looking up at a caramel-colored sunset sky ♪ ♪ checking my watch doing the math in my head counting back words to when you said good-bye ♪ ♪ well those runway lights are getting brighter i'm just sitting out here watching airplanes ♪ ♪ take of